Garth Brooks And Trisha Yearwood Put Their Wedding Cake On Nashville Bar Menu

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Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood’s menu for their new Nashville bar features a recipe that holds a special place in their hearts.

Garth Brooks And Trisha Yearwood Serve Their Wedding Cake At New Nashville Bar

Garth Brooks’ new Nashville bar, Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk, opened its doors on March 7, sparking excitement among fans eager to check out the latest spot on Broadway. Set to become a hot spot for Nashville’s downtown area, the venue includes four floors and covers a whopping 54,715 square feet. The Honky Tonk also features multiple bars, stages, a retail shop, rooftop deck, and a private club area.

This place is more than just a bar for Garth, however. Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk is filled with meaningful touches, especially in the food and drinks it offers.

Trisha Yearwood, singer, cookbook author, and Garth Brooks’ wife, has curated the bar’s menu, infusing it with Southern flavors and honoring her family’s traditions.


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Among the menu’s highlights is the “G&T wedding cake,” a dessert with a personal touch for Yearwood and Brooks. This sweet treat features a sour cream pound cake with decorative frosting, replicating the recipe from Garth and Trisha’s wedding cake, which was crafted by Trisha’s mother, Gwen.

“This was my mom’s recipe. It’s a sour cream pound cake with just a decorative frosting, and it’s a piece of history for us,” Yearwood said on “Good Morning America,” during the bars grand opening.

Trisha’s mother, who sadly passed away in 2011, has been a significant source of inspiration throughout Trisha’s culinary journey, influencing many of her published cookbooks.

She added, “It brings my mom back into the kitchen, too.”

A ‘Friends In Low Places’ Docuseries Is Available Now

As the newest addition to Nashville’s famous Broadway strip, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have every reason to celebrate their luxurious new bar. Adding to the excitement of the grand opening is the launch of a documentary series that captures the journey of bringing this honky-tonk dream to life.

Simultaneously released with the bar’s grand opening, the docuseries titled “Friends In Low Places: Building the Oasis” is now available on Amazon Prime Video. Viewers can follow Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood as they take on the challenge of creating the ultimate honky-tonk in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee.

The Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk will be open seven days a week. Doors welcome guests from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. CT on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. on weekends.

Watch Trisha Yearwood cook up a few other recipes on the ‘Friends in Low Places’ Bar menu below.